Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Mark Ruffalo and Don Cheadle will both appear in upcoming Marvel TV shows on Disney Plus. Ruffalo will appear in "She-Hulk" opposite Tatiana Maslany, reprising the role of Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk. Cheadle will star as James Rhodes, a.k.a. War Machine, in the standalone series "Armor Wars." In addition, […]
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“Orphan Black” is coming back in the most unexpected of ways: as an audio sequel series. And yes, Tatiana Maslany is involved.Temple Street Productions, the production company behind the now-ended BBC America drama, is partnering with digital fiction startup Serial Box for an audio continuation of the TV show, “Orphan Black: The Next Chapter.”The 10-episode series is set eight years after the events of the show’s fifth and final season and will be released by Serial Box later this summer in audiobook and text formats. The official continuation of “Orphan Black” will feature the same characters from the series, with all 14 members of the original show’s clone sisterhood voiced by Maslany.Also Read: New 'Orphan Black' Series in the Works at AMCTemple Street and Serial Box (which is invested in by Temple Street’s parent company, Boat Rocker Studios) haven’t made additional plot details public yet, except to say “cophine” — a reference to the couple Cosima (Maslany) and Delphine (Évelyne Brochu) — “definitely plays a big part in the story.”Malka Older has been set as showrunner on “The Next Chapter,” with Mishell Baker, Lindsay Smith, Heli Kennedy, Madeline Ashby and E.C. Myers enlisted as writers.Co-created by John Fawcett and Graeme Manson, “Orphan Black” launched in 2013 and ran for five seasons. The critically-acclaimed series starred Maslany as a woman who discovers that she is a clone and that someone is plotting to kill her and her clone “sisters.”Also Read: Summer TV Premiere Dates: Here's Every New and Returning Show (Photos)Maslany was nominated for three Emmys — winning best actress in a drama series in 2016 — and a Golden Globe for her performance on “Orphan Black.”As TheWrap reported in March, a new “Orphan Black” series set in the show’s universe is currently in the works at AMC. An individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap that the show is in the very, very early stages of development at BBC America’s sister network, with Temple Street attached to produce the new show.The individual added that the follow-up series would not be considered a spinoff of the original but rather an entirely new show set in the same world as “Orphan Black.”Read original story ‘Orphan Black’ Is Getting an Audio Sequel Series Starring Tatiana Maslany At TheWrap
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It’s been exactly a month since members of the auxiliary Clone Club bid a tearful farewell to Orphan Black‘s core four sestras (as well as their 270 other siblings) on the cult show’s Aug. 12 series finale. The episode’s final shot revealed our clone heroine, Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany), looking around the home she had built for herself and her daughter, Kira, as well as looking forward to the freedom she had fought so hard to achieve. Catching up with the Emmy-winning actress at the Toronto International Film Festival — where her new film Stronger, in which she stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, had its world premiere — Maslany remembers the final shot being far less consequential.
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To borrow a lyric from Hamilton, Orphan Black fans are counting on series star Tatiana Maslany to teach them how to say goodbye to a series they’ve loved for five seasons. Part of that, of course, has to do with the fact that Maslany–who won a much-deserved Emmy last fall for her portrayal of the show’s multiple Clone Club sisters — has so many characters to part with. “I had to say goodbye to one of them a day for the last week we were shooting, and it was a grieving process each time.
As we enter Emmy season — nomination voting runs through June 27 — Yahoo TV will be spotlighting performances, writing, and other contributions that we feel deserve recognition. Last year, Emmy voters righted a wrong by rewarding Tatiana Maslany’s remarkable performance(s) as Orphan Black’s multiple clones with an overdue Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress. This year, they have the opportunity to finally recognize another key player behind the Leda line of clones: the visual effects team at Intelligent Creatures.
(Photo: BBC America) Warning: This recap for the “The Mitigation of Competition” episode of Orphan Black contains spoilers. Three episodes ago, the Evie Cho-led evil Empire struck back against with lethal force against the Clone Club and devout Neolutionist Susan Duncan. Tonight, on Season 4’s penultimate episode, “The Mitigation of Competition,” that tentative Rebel Alliance returned fire, blowing up Darth Cho’s plans to take Bright Born public in the same way that Lando and Nien Nunb made the second Death Star go kablooey. Actually, Rachel was the one to take down Evie, appearing to betray her clone sisters by striking a deal with their nemesis.
Warning: This recap for the “The Redesign of Natural Objects” episode of Orphan Black contains spoilers. Orphan Black fans needed a comedy chaser after last week’s trauma-drenched ghost story. While Alison dominated the comedy spotlight, other characters scored some great one-liners as well.
Never forget that Sarah Manning’s introduction to the Clone Club occurred because of her brief encounter with Beth Childs on that train station platform. The shock of seeing her exact doppelganger in the flesh — followed by the even bigger shock of seeing said doppelganger leaping to her death — immediately imprinted that moment on Sarah’s brain, at the same time that Beth’s sad eyes pierced her soul.
Warning: This recap for the “The Scandal of Altruism” episode of Orphan Black contains spoilers. Orphan Black killed two much-loved characters tonight, one on screen and the other off. And it’s the off-screen death in “The Scandal of Altruism” that will almost certainly gather the biggest response from fans as it answers a question they’ve been asking all season: Where’s Delphine? That would be Delphine Cormier, Dyad scientist by day and Cosima’s soulmate by night… and day.
Warning: This recap for the “From Instinct to Rational Control” episode of Orphan Black contains spoilers. To borrow a line from Tony-record breaking Broadway phenom, Hamilton, the fourth episode of Orphan Black’s fourth season made you wait for it. For much of its runtime, “From Instinct to Rational Control,” was a slow, deliberate place-setter of an episode, connecting more of the dots in Sarah’s ongoing investigation into the Neolutionist threat and the genetically-coded maggot inside her mouth.